Please click on the links below to read our articles. If you are interested in research findings, click here for links to research reports.

Raising awareness of FPIES in accident and emergency departments - a new FPIES UK campaign. September 2015

A day managing FPIES - by an FPIES mum. April 2015

US FPIES Foundation launches a 'Kids Spot' where the condition is explained in fund and interactive but simple terms. January 2014

The FPIES Foundation has launched a secure 'Global Registry' to bring families affected by Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome, FPIES, together with doctors and researchers interested in learning more and trying to understand this rare allergy, but in a totally private environment. November 2013

Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome – FPIES – an introduction by Dr Marie Wheeler. September 2013

FPIES Foundation in the US celebrates its second birthday. Help and support for parents of FPIES children. Check in to www.fpiesfoundation.org


Research Reports

Donkey´s Milk Is Well Accepted and Tolerated by Infants with Cow´s Milk Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES): A Preliminary Study July 2017
The summary of this article is not yet available online but the headline suggests an interesting potential alternative to cow’s milk in those with food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome.

Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome. Feb 2017
A useful review article (full-article available to read) looking at our current knowledge of Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES). More research is suggested, given that our understanding regarding pathophysiology in this condition is limited as is the development of therapeutic approaches.

Prompt treatment with cow's milk free formula leads to clinical remission of severe FPIES in infants. December 2015

Instance of FPIES to fish. September 2015

FPIES caused by fish and/shellfish in Italy. August 2015

Fruit-induced FPIES masquerading as hereditary fructose intolerance. July 2014

Although FPIES typically resolves by age 5 years, milk FPIES, especially with detectable food-specific IgE, can have a protracted course and eventually transition to acute reactions. July 2014

Acutely rice-allergic FPIES child reacted to rice dust on a wrapper which had coverd a rice cake. May 2013

FPIES caused by rice beverage. May 2013

Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome due to banana. April 2013


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